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By Frank A. Lazzara
Post-­acquisition M&A disputes are often caused by the timing of a transaction closing and the subsequent true-up of the estimated closing balance sheet.
By Peter Wilson, Gisela Moreno
On May 23, 2019, the OCIE published a Risk Alert regarding security risks associated with the storage of electronic customer records and information by broker-dealers and investment advisers in various network storage solutions ...
By Mark Bobber
Often overlooked, fixed assets need attention in order to ensure proper accounting, valuations and financial reporting.
By Gregory Burkart
Every community is unique, so it stands to reason that the labor force within each community—and the challenges they face—would be unique as well.
By Robert Peters, Keela Ross
Many companies are unaware of what the Ohio CAT is and if they are required to file and remit payments.
By Peter Wilson, Gisela Moreno
The SEC's interpretations under the Advisors Act will become effective upon publication in the Federal Register.
By Duff and Phelps
Industry Market Multiples are available online.
By Duff and Phelps
Industry Market Multiples are available online.
By Lynne Weber, Gary Raichart
In February 2019, The Appraisal Foundation released its fourth Valuation in Financial Reporting advisory on the topic of the valuation of contingent consideration.
By David Liu, Claire Simm
Technology is increasingly being integrated into supervision and compliance as regulators and firms respond to digital disruption.
By Hannah Rossiter
With the right resources, structure, and training, whistleblowing programs can become valuable tools for strengthening a firm's controls, culture, and reputation.
By John Arvanitis
With money laundering now a business risk, the AML leader needs – and must be ready for – a seat at the table.
By Chris Ives, Matthew Weitz
Measures designed to combat money laundering dominate the global regulatory environment.
By Nick Inman, Mark Turner
Two paths have emerged in the move toward increased accountability in financial services.
By Nick Bayley
Ten years on from the financial crisis, many in the industry are asking whether we are better positioned to prevent the next meltdown from occurring.
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